'No evidence' of Chinese state attack on IT hardware supply-chain, says US director of national intelligence Dan Coats

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Bloomberg claim that Chinese intelligence agents compromised motherboards questioned by US intelligence head

Dan Coats, the US director of national intelligence, has claimed that he has seen "no evidence" of the attack on the computing supply chain, as claimed in a report by Bloomberg last week. That r...

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